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Hotel Council Aotearoa says plans to slash destination marketing and events attraction will hurt the region’s recovery.
In our 2022 Year in Review, we hear from some of tourism’s top stakeholders about the year that was and what’s ahead in 2023.
About 450 delegates are expected at today’s inaugural Aotearoa Hotel Industry Conference and Exhibition at Pullman Auckland.
Hospitality New Zealand and Hotel Council Aotearoa have welcomed changes to immigration settings that will enable unqualified chefs to work in New Zealand.
The rising cost of doing business is flowing through the hotel industry at a volatile point in their recovery with demand still uncertain.
Hotel Council Aotearoa is bringing the Australasian Hotel Industry Conference and Exhibition to New Zealand.
Auckland Council wants to be allowed “to keep being unfair,” says Hotel Council Aotearoa.
Almost 44% of food and beverage outlet revenues are from visitors, says Hotel Council Aotearoa.
Smaller tourism businesses are failing, prompting calls for a rethink of the government’s elimination strategy.
The industry says it bears an outsize and longer-lasting portion of the fallout from lockdowns.
Many think Nash will move to increase IVL as a source of more funding.
A hotel council industry association has been revived, this time called the Hotel Council Aotearoa.
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